3/4 MI-13's Lionheart and Dunning head for Egypt to uncover the secret of the lost tombs.
1/2 Lives are put at risk when Jules and Harry search for their grandmother's legacy.
The comedian chooses some of his favourite songs, and chats about his career.
1/2 Lawyer-detective Matthew Shardlake probes the murder of a King's Commissioner.
5/6 The death of a debating society leader sees Baldi probing his close-knit student friends.
Shakespeare fears revolution over James I's translated Bible, with the Dream of St John.
An Edinburgh special from the comedian and his band, with guests Al Murray and Tim Key.
The discovery of email doesn't stop the flow of comic vitriol.
3/5 Ben Silburn climbs on a red blood cell on its journey from the heart and around the body.
5/6 Clare is entranced by a dog that follows her into work, unlike Brian.
Kenneth Williams and Ted Ray romp through the permissive society.
The cheeky schoolboy sees double when he helps out with a TV commercial. From 1966.
2/4 Roberta, Phyllis and Peter jump to the rescue as Mother falls ill, and a Russian turns up.
3/5 Steph finds a part of the puzzle to help Eek's mission to change her planet's fate.
A chance to hear an extended edition of the writer and actor's Desert Island Discs.
7/8 Les Dawson's unique recitation of 'The Channel Swimmer' and 'The Recumbent Posture'.
10/10 Lance can't bear things going Kenton's way, so he makes his last, desperate move.
5/5 Suffering a stroke on stage, Henry Irving dies, but Ellen Terry battles on.
When humans discover a race of intelligent reptile hominids, can humanity survive?
Mel Giedroyc snacks on some seaweed and tidies up the countryside in this week's picks.
Geoffrey Wheeler recollects the theatrical landladies who gave bed and board to actors.
An Italian literary agent gets his come-uppance in this rat-infested tale of horror.
3/3 A cliff-top drama for Whitby landlady Brenda, when her monstrous old fiance appears.
2/4 Are the daffy TV arts show team facing an alien incursion? The truth is out there.
2/6 Sketch show starring Susie Donkin, Charlotte MacDougal, Oriane Messina and Faye Rusling.
3/5 Computer Omni-Tec talks to the chatty cat, whose human pals need protection. From 1996.
Monday 10 September 2012